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Cutting $75,000 out of its budget would be a “short-term fix” for the South Page School District, according to a school finance consultant. But more, significant cuts would need to be made in the future to keep the district viable.

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Ten Point Construction of Denison has been awarded the contract for the full depth concrete patching of Glenn Miller Avenue in Clarinda, also known as 16th Street.

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The Iowa Arts Council’s Iowa Artist Fellows will gather in Clarinda this month to talk about their work with local artists and arts supporters as part of the 2018-2019 Meet the Artist series.

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An agreement has been reached between the Clarinda Education Association and Clarinda Community School District Board of Directors regarding the base salary and health insurance rates for the 2019-2020 school year.

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Maybe you have attended a funeral lunch and wondered who made all of the food.

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After more than two months of preparations, the Clarinda City Council voted Wednesday, March 13, to adopt the city budget for Fiscal Year 2020.

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Students and staff in the Clarinda Community School District will continue to have access to state-of-the-art computers for instructional purposes.

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Clarinda High School’s Student Art Show, located at the high school will be open to the community at 6:30 p.m. on March 29 and 30 which is an hour before the spring theater production.

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The city of Shenandoah opened the Old Armory at 423 W. Thomas for any flood victims that need a place to stay. The building is open 24 hours until further notice. 

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Braddyville’s reception remembering the 40th anniversary of its tornado will start at 6 p.m., Friday, March 29 with the activation of the town’s tornado siren. That is the approximate time, and actual date, the tornado hit the town in 1979.

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By crafting a unified vision for the future of the Clarinda Community School District, CMBA Architects believes it will better be able to identify the facilities the district needs to make that vision a reality.

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A wide-ranging reform measure passed by the U.S. House of Representatives “puts democracy back in the hands of the people,” U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne said in Clarinda Saturday, March 9.

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As a writer and activist, Iowa native Ruth Buxton Sayre developed the idea of farm women as “global citizens” knowledgeable about the international scene.

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Cardinal Theatre will present John Cariani’s romantic comedy, “Almost, Maine” for two performances, 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30.

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Cutting $75,000 out of its budget would be a “short-term fix” for the South Page School District, according to a school finance consultant. But more, significant cuts would need to be made in the future to keep the district viable.

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Clarinda Carnegie Art Museum will host the ART of FOOD Dinner fundraiser and art auction from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, March 16. The event is hosted and developed by the CCAM youth art staff.

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Thanks to the Teacher Leadership Compensation program offered in the Clarinda Community School District, teachers know they have someone in their corner.

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There is nothing in Braddyville today that would easily show a destructive tornado is part of the town’s history.

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Those in business probably know the concept of supply-and-demand; the amount of a product or service available and the desire from consumers to purchase.

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With the support of three other taxing entities, the Clarinda City Council is moving forward with the creation of a new Urban Renewal Area and a Tax Increment Financing district.

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All people have to do is look out the window to realize this has been one of the harshest winters Clarinda has ever faced.

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A new service has been launched at the Lied Public Library in Clarinda to accommodate individuals unable to visit the location in person.

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Twenty-eight Brokaw FFA members of Clarinda recently participated in Career Development Events at the Southwest District FFA Convention held at Glenwood High School on Saturday, March 2. 

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Page County Board of Supervisors approved a bid from Dammann Farms for $61,000 a year for three years for the rights to the county-owned farm ground located south of Clarinda.

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Clarinda Regional Health Center is working with Avera Health, an integrated health system based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for emergency room and after-hours calls, when the primary care provider is not immediately available.

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Senator Chuck Grassley earned the top spot as the “most effective lawmaker” in the U.S. Senate for the 115th Congress, according to a non-partisan analysis conducted by the Center for Effective Lawmaking.

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Grant Menke, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development State Director in Iowa, announced that USDA is giving funding priority in a key grant program for applications that address opioid misuse in rural communities.

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The Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) Monday, Feb. 11 proposed the most historic changes to the caucus process since its creation in 1972.

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Despite a low turnout, but enough to fulfill a quorum, the Page County Conference board approved its fiscal year 2020 budget on Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Clarinda.

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Clarinda’s Kam Hartstack was named 2019 Reserve Champion Bid Caller for the State of Missouri. The contest was hosted by the Missouri Professional Auctioneers Association and held on Feb. 16, in Columbia, Missouri.

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Maintenance costs of Page County’s new digital 911 system will be reflected in the proposed fiscal year 2020 budget for the county. A public hearing about the county budget will be 9 a.m., Tuesday, March 5.

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The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter.

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The Clarinda Region Health Center Auxiliary sponsored 8th Annual Platinum Ball will be held on Saturday, April 6 at Wibholm Hall.

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“Farm Women as Global Citizens” is the topic of the First Sunday program beginning at 2 p.m. March 3 at the Nodaway Valley Historical Museum, 1600 South 16th St. in Clarinda.

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In a 3-1 vote, Friday, Feb. 15, the Page County Board of Adjustment approved the state to build an outdoor, shooting range for Clarinda Correctional Facility officers east of the prison.

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Details about a company that provides substitute teachers for school districts were presented to the Clarinda Board of Education during their meeting Wednesday, Feb. 13.

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Janine Stange is looking for a lot of people to acknowledge what a few number of people have obtained over the past 156 years.

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As city crews battle to keep roads cleared this winter, the Clarinda City Council is already making plans for an important street improvement project to be completed later this year.